Innovation, inspiration & business networking in Frankston
The founders of Frankston's newest co-sharing work space, The Garden Frankston, will launch a brand new exhibition this March, to help small businesses in the region present and connect with clients & customers.
The BIG Small Business Expo, to be held on Wednesday 22 March 2017 from 10am, will see a diverse and innovative range of businesses within Frankston and surrounding areas, get together for a full day of innovation, inspiration and networking for potential collaborations.
The Expo will bring together 50 sponsors and exhibitors, and 6 keynote speakers presenting over the course of the day.
After a full daytime schedule of activities, The BIG Small Business Expo opens up into an evening networking event from 5-8pm
The main objectives of The BIG Small Business Expo, other than to bring businesses together, are:
To help those in the start-up phase to connect with people who can help them bring their idea to life
Showcase the range of start up opportunities available for those looking for new business ideas
Provide an extremely effective marketing tool with fantastic exposure to the general public and other local businesses
Highlight industry leaders and connect startups or founders with experienced mentors
Showcase Frankston as an attractive place to live & work
Provide excellent networking opportunities
Inspire entrepreneurs to look for new innovative ways to stay ahead of the market
To encourage conversation and collaboration
Add value to the business landscape, foster the start-up and accelerator culture in Frankston & surrounding region.
The BIG Small Business Expo will be held at Functions by the Bay in Frankston on the Wednesday 22 of March 2017, and is presented by the co-founders of The Garden – Mind Body Business Emily Jones & Jo Schutt, who combine their many years of experience in organising business events on a small and large scale.
Book your tickets to The BIG Small Business Expo 2017 HERE if you would like access to all guest speaker talks and the evening networking event. Access to The BIG Small Business Expo is otherwise free.